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Ignite Spring 2012

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Welcome from The President

How did Ignatius understand service, and how might we follow his lead? Scranton's President Kevin P. Quinn, S.J., offers insights. read more

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Welcome from the Provost/VPAA

The Provost/VPAA, Dr. Hal Baillie, Ph.D., invites readers to witness how faculty, staff and students work in the Ignatian Tradition: "to love and serve in all things." read more

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A Commitment to Service

The programs and activities described in this issue are a sample of the numerous ways The University of Scranton’s students, faculty and staff act on their desire “To Love and Serve in All Things.” read more

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A Culture of Challenge

While lawmakers continue to debate Medicaid, Medicare and general healthcare reforms, for some people affordable and accessible healthcare is not a debating point, it is a daily necessity. read more

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Making Filing Easier

The new year brings new possibilities for the future, but the old year and its efforts cannot be left behind until the government receives its completed 1040 forms. read more

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Set High Expectations - And Exceed Them!

The Schemel Forum is one of the University's newest offerings - an academic program that evolved from one man's desire to study Dante's "The Divine Comedy" and grew organically into an annual array of intellectual and cultural offerings. read more

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Gaining A Better Understanding of Taiwan

At the opening ceremony of the Taiwan Academy in New York, Harold Baillie, Ph.D., provost and vice president of academic affairs at The University of Scranton, and Ambassador Andrew Kao, representing the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in New York, formally signed an agreement making The University of Scranton the first contact point (aka charter member) of the academy among 88 prestigious higher education institutions in 33 countries that are also becoming contact points of the academy. read more

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Developing Business and Developing Success

According to the U.S. Census, women entrepreneurs make up approximately 40% of all businesses in the United States. read more

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Traveling with a Purpose

Whether they are called physiotherapists, ergotherapetes, terapia fisicas or terapia ocupacionals, physical therapists (PTs) and occupational therapists (OTs) around the world share many things in common and speak the same language when it comes to caring for others. read more

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Learning from Professionals: A Journalism Boot Camp

As college educators struggle to help students integrate their learning into realworld practice in terms of both career preparation and civic engagement, The University of Scranton has found a way to meet this challenge by teaming up with two community partners. read more

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Programs for Students K-12

As part of its commitment to the community, The University of Scranton offers programs for students in grades K-12. read more

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Science with a Heart

If Terrence Sweeney, Ph.D., professor of biology, had lived in Oz, the Tin Man would not have had to go in search of the Wizard for a heart. read more

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Faculty Research Awards

New Faculty in the Kania School of Management read more


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